Historic Old Town Square
Old Town Square is a public space owned and managed by the DDA in the heart of downtown Fort Collins. It is surrounded by historic buildings, shops, galleries and restaurants. Following a major renovation project in 2015, the Square is more popular than ever as a gathering space and cultural center. The stage is host to many performances and events throughout the year.
Disclaimer: Events are produced by an outside organization and are unaffiliated with the Downtown Development Authority. The DDA website serves as an outlet for events and promotions that are permitted in Old Town Square. For questions regarding an event, please contact the event Organizer.
To see more events in Downtown Fort Collins, visit the Downtown Business Association
Looking to host a community event?
In addition to Old Town Square, the DDA offers the following unique venues in downtown Fort Collins for markets, performances, and other events.
Located a 123 North College Avenue, the ground floor atrium of the Opera Galleria is a public space that is available for community functions. Art exhibits, chamber music concerts, the Winter Farmers’ Markets, craft shows, and First Night Fort Collins have all used the space. Please be aware that use of the public ground floor area cannot impede regular business activity or pedestrian traffic. The soaring atrium can make sound a challenge. The ground floor atrium space is not available for closed private parties.
For further information, please contact W.W. Reynolds Companies; Terri Hanna or Winnie Mai at 970-482-4800.